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HD PHYSICAL THERAPY Recognizes June as National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month
For those experiencing chronic migraine, treatment involves both lifestyle changes and medical approaches. They can include medications, antidepressants and complimentary and alternative diets and therapies.
So where does physical therapy fit into the management of migraine headaches? The answer depends on the individual headache sufferer, as there is a wide range of clinical presentations in patients with migraine headaches. Physical therapy primarily involves work on the muscles and joints in the peripheral system. This means how an individual migraine sufferer responds to physical therapy depends partly on the extent to which the muscles and joints are involved in their headaches. The goals of physical therapy treatment are generally to normalize the musculoskeletal system as much as possible in order to reduce stress and tension on the soft tissues and joints. At HD Physical Therapy, we work individually with our migraine patients on the best ways to utilize modalities such as ice and relaxation, stretches and exercise, IASTM and manual and massage techniques.
HDPT Wakefield & Burlington are both open from 7am – 7pm, Monday through Friday. There are no waiting lists for new patients, and same day appointments and free injury screenings are always available. They are conveniently located right off major highways, they accept every health insurance plan and work with you to create a smooth and hassle-free rehabilitation experience.
At HD Physical Therapy, we are committed to the health and happiness of our patients. Everyday we work to restore each person's maximal function with consistency and compassion. Offering distinctive, inventive and proven rehabilitation treatment, our devoted professionals strive to deliver a successful and enjoyable experience to every patient we meet. For more information about HD Physical Therapy, please visit www.HDPTonline.com and follow us on all social media.